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2016 November/December

“The greatest thing a human soul can do in this world is to see something and tell what it saw in a plain way,” wrote English art critic John Ruskin. “To see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion all in one”

 

The 1857 Hotel

2016 July/August

You COULD say that Paul Gourieux saw the light!

 

From The Editor: May/June 2016

2016 May/June

I have a confession to make.

 

Here we go! Hello next quarter century!

2016 January/February

Every time I say aloud that we’ve been doing PADUCAH LIFE Magazine for 25 years I get this sort of shiver down my spine. And when I choose the phrase “quarter century,” y’all I just feel a bit weak in the knees.

 

The Art Of The Letter

2015 November/December

“A letter should be regarded not merely as a medium for the communication of intelligence,” advised an 1876 guide to the art of epistolary etiquette, “but also as a work of art.”

 

Last Christmas I ran across this quote in an essay on the lost art of letter writing, and I was inspired.

 

New Life for an Historic Building. New Southern Cuisine for Downtown Paducah

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley Has Come Home To Her Roots.

 

New life for an historic building. New southern cuisine for downtown Paducah.

2015 September/October

Sara Bradley has come home to her roots.

 

Making Music Come To LIFE

2015 May/June

Outside of his son, a curly haired cutie named Liam with a shock of Scottish Highlands red hair, Mark Evitts’ only other love is music. It started early and it has now grown into a complex, alternating harmonic and dissonant blend of scores and arrangements that range from down-home Nashville country sounds to the full-bodied orchestrations of symphonic strings.

 

Getting The Goods

2015 May/June

These are only a few of the rules and regulations of what Kristin Williams and Holly King refer to as the “high holy days” of the 400-mile sale across Kentucky’s scenic historic Highway 68.

 

You Can Go Home Again

2015 March/April

In the stately house that sits pristinely on a quiet street in Paducah’s West End, it’s a bit difficult to discern where one generation ends and another begins. 

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